From January 20 to February 2, 2021, Harvard Graduate School of Education is hosting “Civics Education and Youth Participatory Politics,” a self-paced, two-week onlineworkshop that explores how educators can develop a curriculum that builds students’ capacity as civic actors, encourages learners to become engaged with central issues, and positions youth to take informed action.
The National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) is hosting a series of virtual webinars under the umbrella of Teach Different. One of the webinars is “Teach Different with Sophocles: An online conversation with your students on Success and Hardship,” which will take place on December 10, 2020.
Teaching Tolerance has developed Teaching Hard History, a comprehensive guide for teaching and learning at all grade levels about the role slavery played in the development of the United States and how its legacies still influence us today.
The Coalition of Civically Engaged Educators (CCEE) is a resource for those committed to teaching civic knowledge, values, and behaviors. Membership in this free nonpartisan and nonprofit organization consists of prekindergarten to high school teachers, as well as educators at nonprofit organizations and in afterschool programs.
Advance your teaching career by enrolling in professional development courses, a teacher leader or principal certificate, or a master’s degree in educational leadership. Penn State World Campus, in collaboration with the respected Penn State College of Education, offers a wide variety of educational leadership programs completely online. If you are a K–12 teacher who wants to broaden your leadership potential and expand your knowledge about schools, teachers, and student learning while renewing your passion to work on behalf of public education, Penn State’s onlinegraduate programs in educational leadership are for you.